Lovewell happenings November 21, 1946

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Lovewell happenings November 21, 1946 - wot-th county and was elected Home...
wot-th county and was elected Home Demonstration agent there at a meeting at Kansas Stat college last week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Holtz- and Bert Warn of Wichita 8i >«nt Friday and Saturday i at, the Clinton Smith h.^me; Miss Hannft Hansen, Mrs. Leona Topliff and Mrs.,Flossie Rise- family of Hollenberg spent Sun-|vwick helped Blrs. Viola Ross cele- day with her parents, Mr. and Hji-ate her birthday Wednesday at Mrs. John W. Kuhn. iPetersons cafe!\ in Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Novak arid ' Mr. and Mrs.'fi. Hi Smies, Hen- Mr. arid Mrs. Neibour, jr., fromSj-y ^nd Mijry and Dwight Marr | near Munden, were in Belleville ' on Raturf'ay afternoon on business. Mrs. Ernest Reed of Liberty township visited /in Belleville on Sunday. Ml', and Mrs. Harris and Miss I Ajiderson of Osborne were guests at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. James Gray Sunday evening. attended the footlxall game at Manhattan Saturday.' Dale Kinyoun who is stationed in California spent last week With ,his parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert Kinyoun. , Mr. and Mrs. Howawi Kitterman and sons of Omaha spent last Mr. and Mrs. Max Asher of! week at the E. H. Sniies home. Belleville township and their I Verle Osborne and Ifamily are (j.iyghter who is attending schooL y isiting at the Howard Mettler I Lincoln, Neb., will leave early home. They are enroutci from Calhome December for California to visit -Jfornia to OJdahoma City where i i,e,. niotber, Mrs. Joseph Barn- they have purchased j a home. family, and Mrs. Segrist of Mun- ,]e„ ^as a week-end guest of her j^o,,^ JVI).. and Mis. Glenn Segrist. The Laural Hill club held a white elephant sale at the Latiral Hill schoolhoiJse Friday, i Guests of Mr. and Mfs. Clinton Smith Sunday W6 )re Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Mahafsy arid' family of Scahdik, A. C. SWith and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wurth. The occasion was in honor 6f A. C. Smith's birthday. . Merlin Warren, Duane Vestal arid Jack Sherwin of Wichita spent Sunday at the Merlin Warren home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stratman and family were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Nellie Swihart. : 4. Salesbooks, automatic registers and supplies. Telescope Publishing Company.—Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Stuber and"'family spent Sunday visiting her mother and sisters, Mrs. Aaron Engle and daughter, Dora, land Mrs. Chester McWilson, and 1 j^;,. McWilson in Concordia. The stubers were accompanied liy his |„„(hcr, Mr.s. Louise Stuber. ••• —— ] | j Highland Mrs. Hownrd Amos (Prom La.st Wcrkl : Nov. \'Z —Mr. and Mrs. Henry I Young and .son of Wichita spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mi-. Young's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Young and Dale Young. | Mr. and Mrs. George Ames and | family, Mis. Eileen Frye and Mr. 1 and Mrs. Carrol Thompson ^were' guests of Mr. and Mi-s. Milton I ' Stensaas Sunday. ; Maitin Await, svaman in the: : navy, will receive his discharge; ea:ly in December .-uid is spend-' ing his terminal leave with his; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Enior.v' Await. iMrs. Eva .Ames called on Mrs. Nona Hedsti'om in Norway Tucs- I Mrs. Neta Leece entertained Needlecraft club at her home Friday afternoon. ! Mrs. Dora' Headley entertained W.S.C.S. Wednesday 'afternoon. 1 Mrs. ArTene Leece) was hostess 'LO the Junior Library club Thurs- ilay afterno'cn. ; Mrs. Fred MarcoUe and Freda accompanied \ Miss |Anna Hansen to ConcordLa Friday evening. Mrs. Lavoji-ne Maihafey of Norway and daughter f Barbara spent the week-e:^d with her brother, Clinton Smijth and' family. Mr. and ' Mrs. / Merlin Warren and Mrs. Charlesi Leece retut'ned from Wichita Frjday night. Mi-s. Noel Swihart and children ai'e visiting; her parents in Wichita. Lovewell 'beat' Randall 13 to 10 ] in the foGtball game af Randall. RESTED in a SPENCER SUPPORT Designed ju»t for you, your Spencer will give you healthful potture—guard egaiinst tired back an^ fatigue. Mrs. Mabei Young Sweet Phone 200.3 FORMOSO, KANS. Will be at Elliott Hotel second Friday of each month. iiedsti'om m .Moiway lues j : Lovewell MiKs Pan.'sy Wirutli Nov. IT—Victor Goodkiiight and CLEARANCE SALE Of All WINTER COATS Coals Reduced From 15 to 25%

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  1. The Belleville Telescope,
  2. 21 Nov 1946, Thu,
  3. Page 12

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